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patpayne@austin.rr.com in Taylor, Texas

19 months ago

I just registered to take the CCS certification. Could anyone tell me the best books to prepare? Also, could you share the coding clinics with me? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!

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TRuss in Jackson, Mississippi

19 months ago

patpayne@austin.rr.com in Taylor, Texas said: I just registered to take the CCS certification. Could anyone tell me the best books to prepare? Also, could you share the coding clinics with me? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!

When are you taking the CCS? I allowed myself 6 months to study for it, took it in April and missed it by TWO points. I'm set to take it again March 9. The AHIMA CCS prep guide did not help me at all. NONE of the questions were on the test. I've been coding for 9 years and all I can advise is to practice, practice, practice. Also, KNOW your guidelines.

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TRuss in Jackson, Mississippi

19 months ago

I also took a CCS boot camp given by AHIMA which did not help me. The book I have now, by Patricia Schnering is the BEST study guide I have received. As I said the AHIMA prep guide didn't help, I was NOT looking for EXACT questions, just none of the study guide was relevant to the CCS test I took in April. Nothing similar to it was on the CCS exam. Most of MY questions were more IT and IS related, than healthcare, which is what's in the AHIMA prep book. I also found many errors in the AHIMA prep book and contacted them regarding it. The test has changed since 2001 and THERE ARE NO BREAKS. You must sit there for four hours. The clock DOES NOT STOP. Please read the current handbook to get this information and do not rely on those who took this test 12 years ago. It HAS changed.

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angel_leynes@comcast.net in Tacoma, Washington

19 months ago

I received it Sylphie, thank you very much and I really apprecite that, Happy New Year.

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angel_leynes@comcast.net in Puyallup, Washington

19 months ago

Good luck to you

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patpayne@austin.rr.com in Taylor, Texas

19 months ago

TRuss in Jackson, Mississippi said: When are you taking the CCS? I allowed myself 6 months to study for it, took it in April and missed it by TWO points. I'm set to take it again March 9. The AHIMA CCS prep guide did not help me at all. NONE of the questions were on the test. I've been coding for 9 years and all I can advise is to practice, practice, practice. Also, KNOW your guidelines.

I am just beginning to study. Will take it in the four month window. I finished an online course in Oct and took the CCA Dec 1st. Decided I better take the CCS if I want to get a good job! Thanks for the info and Good Luck to you!

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Tak531 in Columbia, South Carolina

19 months ago

I passed the CCA in March 2012 and passed the CCS-P December 4,2012. Going over the CCS study guide and the multiple choice questions are a combination of the CCA and the CCS-P plus a few extra on inpatient coding. I took the CCS-P before the CCS because I have no coding experience and heard that CCS-P is a credential that could get my foot int he door for a coding position. Also, the eligibility requirements for taking AHIMA exams are changing. So many people fail the CCS exam the first time that I took the exam that the odds were better for me to pass.

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Coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

19 months ago

TRuss in Jackson, MS

Do you have the ISBN Number to the book by Patrcia Schnering. I have several books that seem to be quite good and was listed as a resource by AHIMA. I have the Book by Faye Brown and the Basic ICD-9 by Lou Ann Schraffenberger,in which with I have the answers and the power point for each chapter. I also have the CCW book as well as the CCS prep. I'm a little OCD so one more book wouldn't hurt I guess. Thanks for all your help.

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TRuss in Jackson, Mississippi

19 months ago

Coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi said: TRuss in Jackson, MS

Do you have the ISBN Number to the book by Patrcia Schnering. I have several books that seem to be quite good and was listed as a resource by AHIMA. I have the Book by Faye Brown and the Basic ICD-9 by Lou Ann Schraffenberger,in which with I have the answers and the power point for each chapter. I also have the CCW book as well as the CCS prep. I'm a little OCD so one more book wouldn't hurt I guess. Thanks for all your help.

This site won't let me post a number!!!! I will email it to you. I bought mine from Amazon. It comes with a great CD. I keep it in the computer at work and on my breaks I take the tests.

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Julia Miami in Miami, Florida

19 months ago

'Failed the exam 2x but not giving up.

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Julia Miami in Miami, Florida

19 months ago

i thought i should've taken the exam in india last year.

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Coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

19 months ago

Julia

When was the last time you sat for the exam? I took it during the beta period and didn't pass it. Don't give up. Find the best way that you learn, whether it's alone, a group, or a prep class. I prayed a long time but I decided to take the prima code master prep course. I personally need structure. I wish you the best and let me know how I can help.

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Angel

19 months ago

Hi Pietro, which one is easy to pass CCS or CCS-P, also i believe you mention in the past that 40 of 50 of your students failed the exam so what do you advise those that failed and what do you suggest them to do different?. Thanks

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Tak531 in Columbia, South Carolina

19 months ago

I passed the CCA in March the CCS-p in December of this year. with no coding experience. I am selling the books I studied from that are good for the current exam until July. If you are interested In buying the books please let me know.

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Tak531 in Columbia, South Carolina

19 months ago

Viv in Monroe, North Carolina said: I've been self-studying for the CCS and I'm taking it tommorrow. I'll let you know how it goes.

How did you do on the CCS exam?

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Angel in Auburn, Washington

19 months ago

Pietro Ingrande in El Cajon, California said: Thanks Angel. Every AHIMA Certification exam is difficult and challenging. They are not designed for students to pass. They are designed to demonstrate individuals have sufficient knowledge and skill to do the work as a CCS or CCS-P.

Let me correct you in the statement. 40 of 50 of my students have PASSED the CCS exam. My program works for those who are willing to commit the time and effort to learning.

Less than 50% of first time takers of the CCS exam pass. That fail rate is over 50%. Therefore, careful preparation is necessary to pass. The exam is designed for people who work and code everyday.

Most of the CCS exam is geared towards inpatient coding which requires extensive knowledge of the Guidelines and Coding Clinic. For many, just reading is not enough. That's why I created my prep course. You don't have to take it to pass. However, if you want a personal teacher/tutor and you want structure that's affordable, my program is a good resource and tool.

If you failed, and you want to try on your own, get Faye Brown and go over it again. All of it. Get the AHIMA Certified Coding Specialist book with CD Rom and go cover to cover. Get the Official Guidelines and study them. Talk to others who have taken the exam and find out their study tips and see if they work for you. Study with someone else.

Best advice? Take my course. primacodemasters.net/

I'm sorry i got it backwards, but anyway thanks.

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Kcoder in staten island, New York

19 months ago

Happy New Year! Do we use modifiers for out patient on the test? 51, 59, lt, rt, 26 etc.
Thanks.

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Coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

19 months ago

Has anyone taken the CCS exam that took it during the beta exam? I was just wondering if it seemed any easier. I took it during the beta exam and have to say it was the hardest test I have ever taken. I didn't pass it the 1st time, but not giving up. Didn't miss it by much, but I will make it next time, with a lot of praying and with the help of this forum. Everyone has just been great. If I can be of any help to anyone just say the word.

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Inez Greer in lima, Ohio

19 months ago

Tak531 in Columbia, South Carolina said: I passed the CCA in March the CCS-p in December of this year. with no coding experience. I am selling the books I studied from that are good for the current exam until July. If you are interested In buying the books please let me know.

what books do you have?

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Tak531 in Columbia, South Carolina

19 months ago

Inez Greer in lima, Ohio said: what books do you have?

2012 professional review guide by delamar for CCS-P with CD
2012 Procedural coding and reimbursement for physician services AHIMA by Lynn Kuehn
2012 ICD-9 and ICD-10 Diagnostic coding and reimbursement for physician services AHIMA by Anita hazel wood

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RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia

19 months ago

I PASSED!!!

I took the CCS on Friday and passed, just have been in a recovery period! It feels great to get back to normal life, since I have abandoned my family, especially my kids & husband for the past few weeks!
Thank you everyone on the forum! Especial thanks to Pietro, for all your help! And for your prompt reply and answering my last minute questions, eventhough I never signed up for your class! For future exam takers, I would say concentrate on the guidelines, read, re-read and highlight!!! I must have read it about 5 times! The Clinical Workout was a great practice for me, but I also like AHIMA's CCS Reiview Guide! Good luck to everyone!

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Angel

19 months ago

RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia said: I PASSED!!!

I took the CCS on Friday and passed, just have been in a recovery period! It feels great to get back to normal life, since I have abandoned my family, especially my kids & husband for the past few weeks!
Thank you everyone on the forum! Especial thanks to Pietro, for all your help! And for your prompt reply and answering my last minute questions, eventhough I never signed up for your class! For future exam takers, I would say concentrate on the guidelines, read, re-read and highlight!!! I must have read it about 5 times! The Clinical Workout was a great practice for me, but I also like AHIMA's CCS Reiview Guide! Good luck to everyone!

Congratulations! That's awesome! May i know exactlly what study materials you used? Thanks in advance!

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TRuss in Jackson, Mississippi

19 months ago

RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia said: I PASSED!!!

I took the CCS on Friday and passed, just have been in a recovery period! It feels great to get back to normal life, since I have abandoned my family, especially my kids & husband for the past few weeks!
Thank you everyone on the forum! Especial thanks to Pietro, for all your help! And for your prompt reply and answering my last minute questions, eventhough I never signed up for your class! For future exam takers, I would say concentrate on the guidelines, read, re-read and highlight!!! I must have read it about 5 times! The Clinical Workout was a great practice for me, but I also like AHIMA's CCS Reiview Guide! Good luck to everyone!

Yay! So happy for you!!!!!! Congrats!!!!

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Coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

19 months ago

RaraVa1----Congradulations!!! I know that you are relieved and you must still be on Cloud nine. Stay there a little while longer before putting your feet back on solid ground. Get all those books and papers put away and spend some time relaxing and with family. Again, congrats...please stay in touch on this forum so you can continously help those that have not taken it yet. I can use all the help I can get.

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Coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

19 months ago

Does anyone on this forum have the new CCS prep book they might want to sell..5th edition. I know you can buy it from AHIMA as a member for 54.95, was just looking for a used one. I have the 4th edition and I have just about remembered all the codes for the cases in that one.
Thanks

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Mimi in Parkville, Maryland

18 months ago

RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia said: I PASSED!!!

I took the CCS on Friday and passed, just have been in a recovery period! It feels great to get back to normal life, since I have abandoned my family, especially my kids & husband for the past few weeks!
Thank you everyone on the forum! Especial thanks to Pietro, for all your help! And for your prompt reply and answering my last minute questions, eventhough I never signed up for your class! For future exam takers, I would say concentrate on the guidelines, read, re-read and highlight!!! I must have read it about 5 times! The Clinical Workout was a great practice for me, but I also like AHIMA's CCS Reiview Guide! Good luck to everyone!

Hi Rara,

Congrats! I am so happy for you, that is a hard test. I passed my CPC couple weeks ago so I understand what you meant. For those last couple months, i could not spend time with my family. I am studying for my CCS exam that I plan to take about in April. How long had you actually studied for you CCS exam?

Thanks,
Mimi

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Mimi in Parkville, Maryland

18 months ago

TRuss in Jackson, Mississippi said: I also took a CCS boot camp given by AHIMA which did not help me. The book I have now, by Patricia Schnering is the BEST study guide I have received. As I said the AHIMA prep guide didn't help, I was NOT looking for EXACT questions, just none of the study guide was relevant to the CCS test I took in April. Nothing similar to it was on the CCS exam. Most of MY questions were more IT and IS related, than healthcare , which is what's in the AHIMA prep book. I also found many errors in the AHIMA prep book and contacted them regarding it. The test has changed since 2001 and THERE ARE NO BREAKS. You must sit there for four hours. The clock DOES NOT STOP. Please read the current handbook to get this information and do not rely on those who took this test 12 years ago. It HAS changed.

Hi Truss,

I believe you will pass this time. I see some other comments in different forum that there were IT and IS questions in April exam that they had no clues about. If not, you would have passed that test. Since you have been coding such a long time, I believe you do not have any problem with coding speed. My big problem is timing. I plan to sit for the exam in April but am quite not sure I will be ready then. When will you plan to re-take the exam?

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TRuss in Madison, Mississippi

18 months ago

Thanx Mimi! That makes me feel better. I am so nervous about retaking this test. I am set for March 8. Those TWO points in April just really got me down. Thanks again for the encouragment!
T

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RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia

18 months ago

The Clinical Workout book was very helpful for me! I started in the beginning of the book, but stopped & started coding the advance section, since I was running put of time. I made sure I knew how to code each question & reviewed the explanation of the answers. I studied for about 3 months, on & off, but was more serious the last 2 to 3 weeks. Again, I would say read the guidelines over & over!!! Know it well @ highlight key points! That answers a lot of questions on the CCS. Also, know the rules of coding combination codes (diabetes, HTN, ...etc). Know the definition of IT-Information terms: audit trail, authentication, privacy, confidentiality....etc. some of these terms are in the dictionary. I have Moseby's medical dictionary & it was a great help! Good luck to everyone!

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Mimi in Parkville, Maryland

18 months ago

RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia said: The Clinical Workout book was very helpful for me! I started in the beginning of the book, but stopped & started coding the advance section, since I was running put of time. I made sure I knew how to code each question & reviewed the explanation of the answers. I studied for about 3 months, on & off, but was more serious the last 2 to 3 weeks. Again, I would say read the guidelines over & over!!! Know it well @ highlight key points! That answers a lot of questions on the CCS. Also, know the rules of coding combination codes (diabetes, HTN, ...etc). Know the definition of IT-Information terms: audit trail, authentication, privacy, confidentiality....etc. some of these terms are in the dictionary. I have Moseby's medical dictionary & it was a great help! Good luck to everyone!

Thanks, Rara, for your information. I did finish CCS Exam preparation book and do not feel it's good enough. I believe I have to get one Clinical Workout. What book did you use to study guidelines?

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RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia

18 months ago

The CCS Prep book is also helpfully, but have some errors. The last few editions are the same, even some of the errors!

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RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia

18 months ago

Mimi in Parkville, Maryland said: Thanks, Rara, for your information. I did finish CCS Exam preparation book and do not feel it's good enough. I believe I have to get one Clinical Workout. What book did you use to study guidelines?

The guidelines & conventions in the beginning of ICD-9 book. The pages of new codes & changes for 2012 are also very helpfully! They are in the beginning of the book & include examples. The back of the ICD book also has a list of drugs, per indication & list of DRG (MCC & CC)! So does the Moseby's dictionary, which I used for the DRG questions on the multiple choice. The key is to know your coding books inside & out!

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Mimi in Baltimore, Maryland

18 months ago

RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia said: The guidelines & conventions in the beginning of ICD-9 book. The pages of new codes & changes for 2012 are also very helpfully! They are in the beginning of the book & include examples. The back of the ICD book also has a list of drugs, per indication & list of DRG (MCC & CC)! So does the Moseby's dictionary, which I used for the DRG questions on the multiple choice. The key is to know your coding books inside & out!

Thanks,again, Rara. I definitely get a Clinic Coding Workout and Moseby's dictionay. Yes, I saw some errors in CCS Prep. book. Did you finish all the cases? About howmany DX(s) and CPT(s)did you have to code for each case? I have no probroblem how to code. I just have problem with my coding speed.

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Inez Greer in lima, Ohio

18 months ago

Inez Greer in lima, Ohio said: what books do you have?

Im sorry, i didnt read your post carefully. I need books for Ccs not ccsp. Thx thou

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Inez Greer in lima, Ohio

18 months ago

RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia said: The guidelines & conventions in the beginning of ICD-9 book. The pages of new codes & changes for 2012 are also very helpfully! They are in the beginning of the book & include examples. The back of the ICD book also has a list of drugs, per indication & list of DRG (MCC & CC)! So does the Moseby's dictionary, which I used for the DRG questions on the multiple choice. The key is to know your coding books inside & out!

Is a dictionary allowed in for the CCS exam?

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RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia

18 months ago

Inez Greer in lima, Ohio said: Is a dictionary allowed in for the CCS exam?

yes, medical dictionary is allowed. I highly recommand you highlight any terms (health information related). I recommand Moseby's!

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coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

18 months ago

Would anyone in this forum have the book :

Health Information Management Technology: An Applied Approach by Merida L. Johns that I could buy from them? Does anyone know if this is a good book to review besides the coding part of the CCS exam? I need to learn all the Domains and I'm mostly concentrated on the Coding part now but want to brush up on all.

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Karen in Frisco, Texas

18 months ago

Hi Sylphie--could you forward coding clinics to me also? cbkneal2@att.net

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bnc626 in Bayside, New York

18 months ago

I took the test in December and passed it. That was my second time taking it. I passed it by a few points but still passing!! I took the test in beta first in July then I took it in December. The most helpful thing that helps is studying your guidelines. If you know your guidelines and how to code (buy the review books and practice your coding) then you will pass. The one I took in beta mode was more difficult than the second time I took it.

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coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

18 months ago

Hey bnc626

I also took the CCS exam in the beta period,missed it by 6 points. I had to wait 4 months, as you well know, to get results. I didn't keep studying after taking the test, so I'm back. Going to take it the first of March. So your advice is to study, study and study some more the guidelines and how to apply it to coding. What did you do to help you do this? I can study the guidelines all day, but if I don't have examples to apply it to, then it does me no good. Any advice would be helpful....so you think it was easier?

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coder38901 in Grenada, Mississippi

18 months ago

RaraVA1 in Mechanicsville, Virginia said: yes, medical dictionary is allowed. I highly recommand you highlight any terms ( health information related). I recommand Moseby's!

Coder's dictionary also allowed if you prefer

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Larry, RHIA in Miami, Florida

18 months ago

Hello everyone.. I have been reading through this forum for quite some time. The information everyone has placed on here has been extremely helpful in my preparation for the CCS exam. I was wondering if someone could please email me the coding clinics.. I would really appreciate it.. Thanks in advance.. larryk826@gmail.com

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LBoogie84 in Washington, District of Columbia

18 months ago

Hi all! I will be taking the CCS exam for the first time in a couple weeks...any last minute advice? I've been prepping for months, going over guidelines, coding clinics, practicing with mock exams, multiple choice questions and cases all from Patricia Schnering's CCS review text (which is awesome by the way), as well as reviewing from other textbooks recently used in school, and I got a new medical dictionary haha. I'm well aware of the testing center, policies, format and timing of the test, etc, as well, so overall I'm feeling (sort of!) confident. Any other hints or just good vibes would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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Mimi in Parkville, Maryland

18 months ago

LBoogie84 in Washington, District of Columbia said: Hi all! I will be taking the CCS exam for the first time in a couple weeks...any last minute advice? I've been prepping for months, going over guidelines, coding clinics, practicing with mock exams, multiple choice questions and cases all from Patricia Schnering's CCS review text (which is awesome by the way), as well as reviewing from other textbooks recently used in school, and I got a new medical dictionary haha. I'm well aware of the testing center, policies, format and timing of the test, etc, as well, so overall I'm feeling (sort of!) confident. Any other hints or just good vibes would be appreciated.

Thanks!

well prepared, you will pass. Where can you get mock exam, in which book? Good luck and keep us posted.

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LBoogie84 in Washington, District of Columbia

18 months ago

Mimi in Parkville, Maryland said: well prepared, you will pass. Where can you get mock exam, in which book? Good luck and keep us posted.

Thanks! I'm using Patricia Schnering's 2012 CCS Review Guide (It won't allow me to post a link to it, but it's easy to find on Amazon. Expensive but worth it!)

I really like this book since it includes references and page numbers for every multiple choice question. So, I can look back in my Faye Brown, Merida Johns, etc textbooks to see where these answers came from, and that has helped guide my studying. It also comes with a CD-ROM, but I haven't used that since it only runs on windows, and my whole household and office are Mac based, of course :P. The most recent ICD-9 guidelines, as well as pharmacology review, lab test abbreviations, etc are in the appendix. And of course there's plenty of mock cases and 2 mock exams!

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glgcoder in Roseville, California

18 months ago

LBoogie84 in Washington, District of Columbia said: Thanks! I'm using Patricia Schnering's 2012 CCS Review Guide (It won't allow me to post a link to it, but it's easy to find on Amazon. Expensive but worth it!)

I really like this book since it includes references and page numbers for every multiple choice question. So, I can look back in my Faye Brown, Merida Johns, etc textbooks to see where these answers came from, and that has helped guide my studying. It also comes with a CD-ROM, but I haven't used that since it only runs on windows, and my whole household and office are Mac based, of course :P. The most recent ICD-9 guidelines, as well as pharmacology review, lab test abbreviations, etc are in the appendix. And of course there's plenty of mock cases and 2 mock exams!

Let me know if you are interested in selling your CD-ROM - I still use Windows. You can email me at glgrenell@gmail.com Good Luck on your test....you sound very well prepared and please let us know how you do after you have taken it.

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TRuss in Madison, Mississippi

18 months ago

Patricia Schnering's 2012 CCS Review Guide is so much better than AHIMAs CCS Preg Guide. I failed by two points in April and am set to take again March 9!

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vacoder in Edinburg, Virginia

18 months ago

Hi, if anyone has Coding Clinics to help me study for the CCS Exam, would you be so kind as to email them to me. Or if you know of a place on the net that I can go to in order to view them that is free, please let me know. Thanks so much in advance....Faye (shenmtwoman05@yahoo.com)

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coderinva in Edinburg, Virginia

18 months ago

Tak531 in Columbia, South Carolina said: I passed the CCA in March the CCS-p in December of this year. with no coding experience. I am selling the books I studied from that are good for the current exam until July. If you are interested In buying the books please let me know.

Hi, do you still have the CCS-P book for sale? (shenmtwoman05@yahoo.com)

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Tak531 in Columbia, South Carolina

18 months ago

coderinva in Edinburg, Virginia said: Hi, do you still have the CCS-P book for sale? (shenmtwoman05@yahoo.com)

Sorry they are sold. I have no coding experience and have been hired as a coder for a local coding company.

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